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Police respond to reports of theft and vandalism

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the week of August 8 to 14: * Police were called to assist in helping to located a missing patient from Tatagwa View on August 14. * On August 13, there was a minor disturbance at the King George Hotel.
Swedish visitors learn about silver collection

Swedish visitors learn about silver collection

Art Wallce shows Jan-Ake Engvall and Gunvor Brink, Rotarians from Sweden, around the Charlie Wilson Silver Collection at the Soo Line Historical Museum on Thursday.

Wheatland Senior Centre News

The results of the senior Centre's activities for the week of August 7 to August 13: Bridge: (Monday) 1st Andy Goeres, 2nd Jack Medwed, 3rd Berty Lou Dreis. Bridge: (Friday) 1st Jim Brown, 2nd Andy Dumba, 3rd John Whitell.

50 years of family, friends and fun

Almost 400 former Red Wing players, supporters and friends gathered in Weyburn last weekend to celebrate a special milestone for the local SJHL Jr. A hockey club.
The first Red Wings team of 1961

The first Red Wings team of 1961

Members of the first edition of the Weyburn Red Wings, who hit the ice in 1961, gather at the 50th anniversary reunion held over the weekend just after the banquet on Saturday in the Weyburn Curling Rink.

Hail causes severe crop damage

Farmers harvest what they can in poor year

EDITORIAL: Vandalism is pure disrespect

Respect is defined as "a deferential esteem felt towards a person, place or thing".
City council hears of new record:

City council hears of new record:

City has 'phenomenal' month for construction

City police investigate B&E, thefts, accidents

During the past week the Weyburn Police Service received 136 calls for service, including thefts, accidents and impaired driving. City police report the new four-way stop at the intersection of 16th St.
T.C. Douglas statue damaged, to be fixed

T.C. Douglas statue damaged, to be fixed

The bronze statue of the late Tommy Douglas by sculptor Lea Vivot has been damaged, just as the internationally-renowned sculptor was planning to bring a show of other works to exhibit in Weyburn to mark the one-year anniversary of the work.